TaeTiSeo (SNSD) Even Dominates Billboard Charts!
By Staff Writer | May 03, 2012 10:03 AM EDT
The latest chart-topping superstar TaeTiSeo the first sub-group of Girls’ Generation now have made its way to Billboard charts.
TaeTiSeo has been garnering worldwide attention as the news of the sub-group was leaked by a music publishing site that later deleted their post and even temporarily crashing the site.
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After the release of their album the trio has gained an overwhelming response dominating various Korean music charts, as their album even received explosive popularity overseas by grabbing the top spots of iTunes in various countries worldwide.
It should come as no surprise TaeTiSeo have managed to debut on the US Billboard charts at # 126, marking the group to become the highest rank achieve by Korean artist and second Korean artist to enter the Billboard 200 with a Korean album. The first Korean group was Big Bang who reached #150 with their 5th mini-album ‘Alive’ this past March.
According to Billboard, TaeTiSeo’s debut mini-album ‘Twinkle’ topped Billboard’s World Album Chart and grabbed #2 on Heatseekers Albums Chart as well as ranking #21 on Billboard’s Independent Albums Chart.
The beautiful trio made their debut performance of two songs on Mnet ‘M! Countdown' today.
The debut performance today opened with ‘Baby Steps,’ a medium R&B tempo that is the second popular song from their new mini-album. The performances lived up to their reputation. TaeTiSeo delivered an impeccable performance the girls seemed to nail both songs and choreography was kept minimal for the girls to focus on their vocals.
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